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Shaadisthan Movie Review

Movie: Shaadisthan

Director: Raj Singh Chaudhary

Music Director: Nakul Sharma

Shaadisthan Movie Cast:

Kirti Kulhari, Medha Shankar, Nivedita Bhattacharya, Kay Kay Menon, Ajay Jayanthi, Apurv Dogra, Shenpenn Khymsar, Rajan Modi

Shaadisthan Movie Release Date:

The movie was released on 11th June 2021 on Disney+Hotstar multiplex.

Shaadisthan Movie Story & Performances:

Shaadisthan movie marks the directorial debut of Raj Singh Chaudhary. He was the writer of “Gulaal” and John Abraham starrer movie “No Smoking”.

Sasha(Kirti Kulhari), an independent and free-spirited musician who along with her team was going to perform at a wedding in Ajmer. A family had to attend the same wedding but they missed the flight. Finally, they were left with the only option to join the musicians’ bus to arrive there on time.

The family includes a young girl Arshi(Medha Shankar), her father Sanjay (Rajan Modi), and her mother Kamla(Nivedita Bhattacharya).

We have previously seen in many Bollywood movies about the clash of generations. The clash of ideology and thoughts of two generations was nicely presented here. The topic here was the wedding.

Sasha told Kamla about how independently happy life she is leading and also looking after her family, whereas Kamla is too scared about her every step thinking about society.

Arshi will turn 18 soon and doesn’t want to get married so early. Her parents especially her father want her to get married and have fixed the marriage also.

The conversation between Kirti Kulhari and Nivedita Bhattacharya was the most beautiful part of the “Shaadisthan” movie.

We saw Kirti Kulhari's brilliant performance in “Criminal Justice:Behind Closed Doors” not too long ago. There is no doubt that she was the show stealer in the “Shaadisthan” movie.

Nivedita Bhattacharya should be appreciated for making her character so real. Medha Shankar and Rajan Modi were also equally impressive. Kay Kay Menon was convincing in his cameo appearance.

A few of the musicians used in the movie were real-life musicians. Ajay Jayanthi is a champion violin player and Apurv Dogra is famous as a hip-hop artist. Sahil Bhatia’s background score and Nakul Sharma’s music were the bonus for “Shaadisthan”.

It is one of those movies making us aware of women’s empowerment. The shoddy storytelling and dull execution might disappoint you a little bit.

Shaadisthan Movie Trailer:

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